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Sunday Thoughts: American Apathy, The Laodicean Life?
December 27, 2020 08:58 by Tom Williams Posted in: Culture, Elections - The Right Wire Report has written extensively on the alleged voter fraud in the 2020 elections - see here. As of this date, and after all the public meetings, most Americans today seem to care less, that a presidential election could have been stolen. Our Republic is broken. Even our judicial branch of government won't even at least listen to… Continue Reading
Woke Brandon Hasbrouck
Woke Law Professor says, “Count All Black Votes Twice”
December 26, 2020 08:55 by Liam Salvatore Posted in: Culture, Elections, Events, Trump - Institutional racism dominates the discussion at nearly every university in the country.  Academics and students alike seek and discover racism in every aspect of society, whether it's valid or not. The great irony is that these institutions who fancy themselves bastions of equality often perpetuate the bias they claim to fight. For instance, at Berkeley in 2016, a mob of… Continue Reading

Our Christmas Message For All
December 25, 2020 08:37 by Bekah Lyons Posted in: Culture, Events - If I asked you to describe what the true meaning of Christmas is … what would be your reply? As a thought experiment, I did ask, and below is a fair and an aged categorized review of those responses: For ages 56 - 100 yrs: Attending Christmas Mass and singing church choir carols. Christmas is about a magical moment like… Continue Reading
Jamaal Bowman
Capitalism is Slavery by Another Name? Marxist Alert!
December 24, 2020 09:32 by Tom Williams Posted in: Culture, Economy, Policy - Root - Jamaal Bowman believes the Democratic Party needs a makeover. That's why he’s been so outspoken over former President Barack Obama's anti-defund the police remarks. Of course, he's not dissing the first president of color. Bowman believes Obama isn’t a relevant voice who can speak to the millions of people who rose up this summer after killing George Floyd… Continue Reading
Jill Biden
Op-Ed: I Can’t Believe I’m Defending Dr. Jill Biden, Against a Conservative Writer
December 20, 2020 09:55 by Don Boys, Ph.D. Posted in: Culture, Events - The Wall Street Journal published an article by conservative Joseph Epstein (with whom I agree most of the time) that has caused a media firestorm. Epstein began his missive by calling her kiddo. It went downhill from there. He attacked a progressive Democrat, a female Democrat, and everyone knows they are untouchable.  Epstein suggested Jill using her earned doctorate title. "sounds and feels fraudulent, not to say a… Continue Reading
Delusionsal Leftist
Left-Wing Delusions Feed Their Beliefs
December 15, 2020 08:27 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture, Policy - The perspective they have on - well, everything now - begs the question: Are they intentionally misleading folks, or are they really that clueless? There is no third option. If one were to believe the American Left - and unfortunately many people do - one would also have to believe that the ills of America are uniquely our own. If… Continue Reading
Thanksgiving-University-Response
This Is Kind Of Thinking An Expensive, Private, Liberal Arts School Produces
December 12, 2020 09:20 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture - This week we look at the political genius of a private, liberal arts college student by the name of Ashley Holady. The article comes from Odyssey Online and is titled "7 Responses To Use When Your Republican Dad Brings Up Political Conversations At Thanksgiving.” The essay is another reminder that leftism reduces to the point of the nonexistence of any… Continue Reading
White Privilege
The Insincerity of White Privilege
December 10, 2020 09:04 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture - Calling out leftist double standards, fraud, and hypocrisy is a full-time job for conservative writers. Although every smidgen of flatulence is still holy air when belched from Obama's derriere (as opposed to Ivanka Trump, who was profiled in a case of Pulitzer-winning journalism for blaming a peer in high school about passing gas), it would be refreshing to see the… Continue Reading
Biden And Darius
Biden’s Election is as Stinky, Shady, and Spurious as Persia’s Darius the Great
December 9, 2020 08:35 by Don Boys, Ph.D. Posted in: Culture, Elections - Niccolò Machiavelli has impacted world politicians since publication of The Prince in 1513, in which he advised political leaders to consult the past because human events are similar in all ages. He added, "This arises from the fact that they are produced by men who ever have been, and ever shall be, animated by the same passions, and thus they necessarily have the same… Continue Reading
Coronavirus Game
How Coronavirus and Healthcare Costs are Driving Our Moral Compass
December 8, 2020 08:32 by Boomerang Jack Posted in: Culture, Economy, Policy - The Coronavirus has brought a new reality in how we live. The lockdowns, containment tiers, mask mandates, and social distancing restrictions imposed on society have people fooled into a basic game of hid the pea under the walnut - for the young at heart, an X-Box computer game. Guess which walnut the Coronavirus is hidden under? But is this game… Continue Reading